Fast rising Nigerian singer, T.I Blaze has finally brings the official remix to his much-listened sound termed, “Sometimes” (Remix).
Presumably, the most searched record from T.I Blaze, “Sometimes” got the remix rolling on our desk with vocal assistance from Nigerian iconic indigenous rapper and YBNL founder, Olamide Baddo who introduced his fire vibes on the trending song, bring his own unique spice that made it look more warmer and cleaner when listening.
The song has gained a massive force on social media with it penetrating the minds of music lovers who are also content makers. T.I Blaze joins internet sensations like Jaywillz, AV, Jojobaby, Fave, Goya Menor and lots more. He is not done yet as brings the remix version of his breakthrough single, “Sometimes.”
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Basically, T.I Blaze got the breakthrough single “Sometimes” back in April, 2021 where it got massive support and wide acceptance from fans. The song also got to the notice of Olamide who promised and gave his own verse. Olamide is known for helping upcoming singers achieve their dreams; he was instrumental in Bella Shmurda’s career where he initiated a verse on his “Vision 2020” while he recently had a smooth and flowing session with a street newbie Portable on his smash record, “Zazoo Zehh.”
On TikTok, it’s already making way to the top spot with fans all over the world making different videos with the contagious sound, “Sometimes.” In addition, the music production was spearheaded by natural gifted sound engineer, Eskeez who puts out a more relaxing beat as we begin 2022 afresh.
“Sometimes” (Remix) has some catchy lyrics like:
“Sometimes food no dey give man joy but Canadian loud the feeling is different
Aimoye shenking but no loose guard, Loru loru la fin nboshe
Why life con hard and man not want to do bad
Coz i no wan suffer later na everytime i dey sad
Ba shey nshe dating lan shey millitary
Excessive bombing ka to ri maga ta gbori duro
So me i went far away mummy mi mbe nile o”
Listen to “Sometimes” (Remix) by T.I Blaze featuring Olamide below.